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the region. the town you'll hear about today and tonight and tomorrow is henriville, indiana. reports out of there. about 600 homes. the town took a direct hit from a quarter mile-wide tornado. including the school that is there. we're going to try to get more information. they have had responders that are trying to get into henriville and finding it very difficult. they are calling for people to head to henryvill to help with the search and rescue. the storm has left the region. northern kentucky is where we're watching the worst of the storms. it went along the ohio river. now going through kentucky. if you're in walton, kentucky, or just south of there, the same tornado is still on the ground and heading for your area. you'll also notice the purple and reds. they are getting dangerously close to louisville. the strongest of the storms will go through louisville. there's not a tornado warning for louisville, but just to the west, there's a tornado warning. now is the time to gather your family if you're in the area. moving at 70 miles an hour. they will be in and out in a hurry. we'll a
in indiana and in kentucky in the overnight. today's cold temperatures are making an already difficult recovery for these individuals and these towns more difficult. jay grey is in henryville, indiana, with the latest on what the greatest stresses are. what do they need the most is the question, jay? >> reporter: they need time and help. it's going to take a long time. obviously, the sun has come out. it's warmed up a bit. but there's still a touch of snow on the ground. you can see some of it here. the bitter temperatures this morning and now the slush of melted snow really adding insult to injury here. another slap in the face from mother nature after the string of deadly storms came through. a lot of people having to work through these conditions in areas like this that have been ripped apart and trying to find anything left of their lives. there's just a slab left of the house. it may look normal for you and i, but people that find this kind of thing, it's a god send. it's what keeps them going. it reminds them of what they had before the weather took it all away. they are going to
from southern indiana is going to say why isn't there this in my corn field? these would be largely urban investments where the congestion and overuse of gasoline. >> at the end of the day, it's almost as if what we're asking for is a cultural shift as much as it is a policy shift, which is to shift to a culture in which we don't demand sort of blind equality, but we demand blind equal opportunity and proportional evaluation the same way we see in the hospitals. i don't treat everybody with the same treatment. i find out what's wrong with the individual who is sick and give them a customized treatment. i feel like we get lost between equality and equal opportunity. >> nobody is seriously talking about we want equality of outcomes. but we certainly want equality of opportunity. by the way, that's missing. one of the reasons it's missing is because of the basic excessive levels of income inequality that rob opportunities from folks in the bottom half. we have a solid trend going on the jobs front. that's very helpful. no matter how you measure it, you want us to be headed in the right
this, the gas speck in may right before the indiana primary at the time. gas spiked, it was up to 4-something, and they were talking about a sales tax holiday, the gas tax holiday, things like that. then all of a sudden two months later, gas fell and the public forgot. it's sugar high politics. >> all right, chuck todd. we're going to be watching this obviously all through the night, so thanks as always, not just for your political analysis, but for your kind of optomology. be safe out there. coming up here on the dr show, it's all the talk in washington today, but we're exposing the four frauds in congressman ryan's gop budget. >>> plus, you heard of employers checking facebook pages. now they want you to hand over your password, too. the panel sounds off and we're telling you who talks back. >>> the fbi's covert war against terrorist spies or anyone deemed a threat, including political opponents. all that ahead on this super tuesday. not in this economy. we also have zero free time, and my dad moving in. so we went to fidelity. we looked at our family's goals and some ways to help
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